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Pediatric Dermatology

Through the pediatric dermatology program - integrated and coordinated with general dermatology - you will gain an appreciation of the age-related variations in disease and disorders specific to children, as well as pediatric dermatology problems in the context of general dermatology.

Over the three-year residency, the faculty will teach:

  • Differential diagnosis of neonatal dermatology.
  • Differential diagnosis of common and unusual papulosquamous eruptions in infancy and childhood.
  • Differential diagnosis of vesiculobullous and pustular eruptions of infancy and childhood.
  • Differential diagnosis of nodules and tumors of infancy and childhood.
  • Differential diagnosis of disorders of pigmentation in childhood.
  • Differential diagnosis of reactive erythemas of infancy and childhood.
  • Differential diagnosis of disorders of the hair and nails in infancy and childhood.
  • Findings suggestive of child abuse or psychodermatologic disease.
  • Therapy for patients with the above disorders in the specific context of the pediatric patient.
  • Coding for services.

 

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